Jeff Lorell, a partner at the Florham Park law firm, Saiber LLC, presented a seminar at the New Jersey Law Journal In House Counsels’ Conference on September 24, 2013. Mr. Lorell spoke on the “Ethical & Practical Considerations Regarding the AttorneyClient Privilege and Internal Investigations for In-House Counsels.” The conference took place at Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park, NJ, and was attended by over 100 in-house counsels from NJ.
Jeff has devoted his professional career to the litigation of sophisticated, complex, civil cases and alternate dispute resolution proceedings. He has nearly 40 years of experience in complex, multi-party, civil litigation, arbitration, and mediation, with an emphasis on all aspects of business litigation, directors and officers defense, fraud, securities, lender liability, antitrust, trademark and unfair competition and subrogation. He has extensive experience in handling litigation and ADR proceedings involving the dissolution of professional partnerships and corporations, and employment related matters such as restrictive covenants, client solicitation, improper use and disclosure of proprietary and confidential information.
Jeff frequently litigates trademark, copyright, and unfair competition matters and supervises the firm’s construction litigation and counseling department. In that role, he represents owners (both public and private, including condominium associations and cooperatives), architects, engineers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractor, suppliers and insurance companies.
Jeff is the Co-Chair of the NJSBA Antitrust Law Committee, former Chair of the Construction Law Section of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel and a Founding Master and Former Co-Chair of The John C. Lifland American Inn of Court. He has been selected to the list of NJ Super Lawyers since 2005.
Jeff holds a Juris Doctor and an LL.M in trade regulation from New York University.